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Marlborough

  • 45
    Spots
  • 90°
    Swell Window
  • 10 - 18°C
    Water Temp
  • 950km
    From Auckland
Book Now

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Marlborough New Zealand Surfing

Marlborough has numerous rocky peninsulas where the southern mountains meet the Pacific Ocean. In these waters, a complex marine ecosystem provides an ideal place for getting ‘up close with nature’. Marlborough’s epic right hand point breaks and river mouths are intensified by deep ocean trenches and tidal upwellings.

These waves are scattered along the coast and again access is an issue. Knowledge of tides and river levels is key to scoring these dynamic surf breaks. The experienced Marlborough New Zealand surfing guides will make sure that you are surfing the right place at the right time.

Raglan

  • 45
    Spots
  • 170°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 22°C
    Water Temp
  • 160km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing

The West Coast of the North Island, including the Taranaki coast south of Raglan boasts over 50 world class reef and point breaks. However, many of the waves around this area are located on private farmland, making it essential to have a surf guide to gain access and navigate through the maze of paddocks and back roads.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing breaks on the North Island are New Zealand surfing’s most famous surfing spots. Consisting of three left hand points, peeling mechanically over volcanic reefs and boulders for hundreds of metres. Raglan is consistently surfable in a variety of conditions. The three different points mean a range of options for all levels of surfing ability.

East Coast

  • 90
    Spots
  • 320°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 21°C
    Water Temp
  • 480km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

East Coast New Zealand Surfing

While not as famous as the long left hand point breaks of Raglan, East Coast New Zealand Surfing’s reputation for its consistence, copping the full brunt of southerly, easterly and northerly swells make it a top destination. Due to its remote location and relaxed atmosphere there is the opportunity to score pumping uncrowded waves with just your own crew.

Gisborne is home to high quality, powerful, hollow barrelling beach breaks, comparable to France and Mexico. Gisborne is a great launching point for exploring. It is the gateway to both the isolated East Cape and the fabled Mahia Peninsula. These areas are extremely remote and a wrong turn could result in a fruitless drive on long winding dirt roads and possibly meeting unwelcoming landowners. A local New Zealand surf guide is essential to access these world class reefs, river mouths and points.

Marlborough

  • 45
    Spots
  • 90°
    Swell Window
  • 10 - 18°C
    Water Temp
  • 950km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Marlborough New Zealand Surfing

Marlborough has numerous rocky peninsulas where the southern mountains meet the Pacific Ocean. In these waters, a complex marine ecosystem provides an ideal place for getting ‘up close with nature’. Marlborough’s epic right hand point breaks and river mouths are intensified by deep ocean trenches and tidal upwellings.

These waves are scattered along the coast and again access is an issue. Knowledge of tides and river levels is key to scoring these dynamic surf breaks. The experienced Marlborough New Zealand surfing guides will make sure that you are surfing the right place at the right time.

Raglan

  • 45
    Spots
  • 170°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 22°C
    Water Temp
  • 160km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing

The West Coast of the North Island, including the Taranaki coast south of Raglan boasts over 50 world class reef and point breaks. However, many of the waves around this area are located on private farmland, making it essential to have a surf guide to gain access and navigate through the maze of paddocks and back roads.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing breaks on the North Island are New Zealand surfing’s most famous surfing spots. Consisting of three left hand points, peeling mechanically over volcanic reefs and boulders for hundreds of metres. Raglan is consistently surfable in a variety of conditions. The three different points mean a range of options for all levels of surfing ability.

East Coast

  • 90
    Spots
  • 320°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 21°C
    Water Temp
  • 480km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

East Coast New Zealand Surfing

While not as famous as the long left hand point breaks of Raglan, East Coast New Zealand Surfing’s reputation for its consistence, copping the full brunt of southerly, easterly and northerly swells make it a top destination. Due to its remote location and relaxed atmosphere there is the opportunity to score pumping uncrowded waves with just your own crew.

Gisborne is home to high quality, powerful, hollow barrelling beach breaks, comparable to France and Mexico. Gisborne is a great launching point for exploring. It is the gateway to both the isolated East Cape and the fabled Mahia Peninsula. These areas are extremely remote and a wrong turn could result in a fruitless drive on long winding dirt roads and possibly meeting unwelcoming landowners. A local New Zealand surf guide is essential to access these world class reefs, river mouths and points.

Marlborough

  • 45
    Spots
  • 90°
    Swell Window
  • 10 - 18°C
    Water Temp
  • 950km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Marlborough New Zealand Surfing

Marlborough has numerous rocky peninsulas where the southern mountains meet the Pacific Ocean. In these waters, a complex marine ecosystem provides an ideal place for getting ‘up close with nature’. Marlborough’s epic right hand point breaks and river mouths are intensified by deep ocean trenches and tidal upwellings.

These waves are scattered along the coast and again access is an issue. Knowledge of tides and river levels is key to scoring these dynamic surf breaks. The experienced Marlborough New Zealand surfing guides will make sure that you are surfing the right place at the right time.

Raglan

  • 45
    Spots
  • 170°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 22°C
    Water Temp
  • 160km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing

The West Coast of the North Island, including the Taranaki coast south of Raglan boasts over 50 world class reef and point breaks. However, many of the waves around this area are located on private farmland, making it essential to have a surf guide to gain access and navigate through the maze of paddocks and back roads.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing breaks on the North Island are New Zealand surfing’s most famous surfing spots. Consisting of three left hand points, peeling mechanically over volcanic reefs and boulders for hundreds of metres. Raglan is consistently surfable in a variety of conditions. The three different points mean a range of options for all levels of surfing ability.

East Coast

  • 90
    Spots
  • 320°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 21°C
    Water Temp
  • 480km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

East Coast New Zealand Surfing

While not as famous as the long left hand point breaks of Raglan, East Coast New Zealand Surfing’s reputation for its consistence, copping the full brunt of southerly, easterly and northerly swells make it a top destination. Due to its remote location and relaxed atmosphere there is the opportunity to score pumping uncrowded waves with just your own crew.

Gisborne is home to high quality, powerful, hollow barrelling beach breaks, comparable to France and Mexico. Gisborne is a great launching point for exploring. It is the gateway to both the isolated East Cape and the fabled Mahia Peninsula. These areas are extremely remote and a wrong turn could result in a fruitless drive on long winding dirt roads and possibly meeting unwelcoming landowners. A local New Zealand surf guide is essential to access these world class reefs, river mouths and points.

Marlborough

  • 45
    Spots
  • 90°
    Swell Window
  • 10 - 18°C
    Water Temp
  • 950km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Marlborough New Zealand Surfing

Marlborough has numerous rocky peninsulas where the southern mountains meet the Pacific Ocean. In these waters, a complex marine ecosystem provides an ideal place for getting ‘up close with nature’. Marlborough’s epic right hand point breaks and river mouths are intensified by deep ocean trenches and tidal upwellings.

These waves are scattered along the coast and again access is an issue. Knowledge of tides and river levels is key to scoring these dynamic surf breaks. The experienced Marlborough New Zealand surfing guides will make sure that you are surfing the right place at the right time.

Raglan

  • 45
    Spots
  • 170°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 22°C
    Water Temp
  • 160km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing

The West Coast of the North Island, including the Taranaki coast south of Raglan boasts over 50 world class reef and point breaks. However, many of the waves around this area are located on private farmland, making it essential to have a surf guide to gain access and navigate through the maze of paddocks and back roads.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing breaks on the North Island are New Zealand surfing’s most famous surfing spots. Consisting of three left hand points, peeling mechanically over volcanic reefs and boulders for hundreds of metres. Raglan is consistently surfable in a variety of conditions. The three different points mean a range of options for all levels of surfing ability.

East Coast

  • 90
    Spots
  • 320°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 21°C
    Water Temp
  • 480km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

East Coast New Zealand Surfing

While not as famous as the long left hand point breaks of Raglan, East Coast New Zealand Surfing’s reputation for its consistence, copping the full brunt of southerly, easterly and northerly swells make it a top destination. Due to its remote location and relaxed atmosphere there is the opportunity to score pumping uncrowded waves with just your own crew.

Gisborne is home to high quality, powerful, hollow barrelling beach breaks, comparable to France and Mexico. Gisborne is a great launching point for exploring. It is the gateway to both the isolated East Cape and the fabled Mahia Peninsula. These areas are extremely remote and a wrong turn could result in a fruitless drive on long winding dirt roads and possibly meeting unwelcoming landowners. A local New Zealand surf guide is essential to access these world class reefs, river mouths and points.

Marlborough

  • 45
    Spots
  • 90°
    Swell Window
  • 10 - 18°C
    Water Temp
  • 950km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Marlborough New Zealand Surfing

Marlborough has numerous rocky peninsulas where the southern mountains meet the Pacific Ocean. In these waters, a complex marine ecosystem provides an ideal place for getting ‘up close with nature’. Marlborough’s epic right hand point breaks and river mouths are intensified by deep ocean trenches and tidal upwellings.

These waves are scattered along the coast and again access is an issue. Knowledge of tides and river levels is key to scoring these dynamic surf breaks. The experienced Marlborough New Zealand surfing guides will make sure that you are surfing the right place at the right time.

Raglan

  • 45
    Spots
  • 170°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 22°C
    Water Temp
  • 160km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing

The West Coast of the North Island, including the Taranaki coast south of Raglan boasts over 50 world class reef and point breaks. However, many of the waves around this area are located on private farmland, making it essential to have a surf guide to gain access and navigate through the maze of paddocks and back roads.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing breaks on the North Island are New Zealand surfing’s most famous surfing spots. Consisting of three left hand points, peeling mechanically over volcanic reefs and boulders for hundreds of metres. Raglan is consistently surfable in a variety of conditions. The three different points mean a range of options for all levels of surfing ability.

East Coast

  • 90
    Spots
  • 320°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 21°C
    Water Temp
  • 480km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

East Coast New Zealand Surfing

While not as famous as the long left hand point breaks of Raglan, East Coast New Zealand Surfing’s reputation for its consistence, copping the full brunt of southerly, easterly and northerly swells make it a top destination. Due to its remote location and relaxed atmosphere there is the opportunity to score pumping uncrowded waves with just your own crew.

Gisborne is home to high quality, powerful, hollow barrelling beach breaks, comparable to France and Mexico. Gisborne is a great launching point for exploring. It is the gateway to both the isolated East Cape and the fabled Mahia Peninsula. These areas are extremely remote and a wrong turn could result in a fruitless drive on long winding dirt roads and possibly meeting unwelcoming landowners. A local New Zealand surf guide is essential to access these world class reefs, river mouths and points.

Marlborough

  • 45
    Spots
  • 90°
    Swell Window
  • 10 - 18°C
    Water Temp
  • 950km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Marlborough New Zealand Surfing

Marlborough has numerous rocky peninsulas where the southern mountains meet the Pacific Ocean. In these waters, a complex marine ecosystem provides an ideal place for getting ‘up close with nature’. Marlborough’s epic right hand point breaks and river mouths are intensified by deep ocean trenches and tidal upwellings.

These waves are scattered along the coast and again access is an issue. Knowledge of tides and river levels is key to scoring these dynamic surf breaks. The experienced Marlborough New Zealand surfing guides will make sure that you are surfing the right place at the right time.

Raglan

  • 45
    Spots
  • 170°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 22°C
    Water Temp
  • 160km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing

The West Coast of the North Island, including the Taranaki coast south of Raglan boasts over 50 world class reef and point breaks. However, many of the waves around this area are located on private farmland, making it essential to have a surf guide to gain access and navigate through the maze of paddocks and back roads.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing breaks on the North Island are New Zealand surfing’s most famous surfing spots. Consisting of three left hand points, peeling mechanically over volcanic reefs and boulders for hundreds of metres. Raglan is consistently surfable in a variety of conditions. The three different points mean a range of options for all levels of surfing ability.

East Coast

  • 90
    Spots
  • 320°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 21°C
    Water Temp
  • 480km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

East Coast New Zealand Surfing

While not as famous as the long left hand point breaks of Raglan, East Coast New Zealand Surfing’s reputation for its consistence, copping the full brunt of southerly, easterly and northerly swells make it a top destination. Due to its remote location and relaxed atmosphere there is the opportunity to score pumping uncrowded waves with just your own crew.

Gisborne is home to high quality, powerful, hollow barrelling beach breaks, comparable to France and Mexico. Gisborne is a great launching point for exploring. It is the gateway to both the isolated East Cape and the fabled Mahia Peninsula. These areas are extremely remote and a wrong turn could result in a fruitless drive on long winding dirt roads and possibly meeting unwelcoming landowners. A local New Zealand surf guide is essential to access these world class reefs, river mouths and points.

Marlborough

  • 45
    Spots
  • 90°
    Swell Window
  • 10 - 18°C
    Water Temp
  • 950km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Marlborough New Zealand Surfing

Marlborough has numerous rocky peninsulas where the southern mountains meet the Pacific Ocean. In these waters, a complex marine ecosystem provides an ideal place for getting ‘up close with nature’. Marlborough’s epic right hand point breaks and river mouths are intensified by deep ocean trenches and tidal upwellings.

These waves are scattered along the coast and again access is an issue. Knowledge of tides and river levels is key to scoring these dynamic surf breaks. The experienced Marlborough New Zealand surfing guides will make sure that you are surfing the right place at the right time.

Raglan

  • 45
    Spots
  • 170°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 22°C
    Water Temp
  • 160km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing

The West Coast of the North Island, including the Taranaki coast south of Raglan boasts over 50 world class reef and point breaks. However, many of the waves around this area are located on private farmland, making it essential to have a surf guide to gain access and navigate through the maze of paddocks and back roads.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing breaks on the North Island are New Zealand surfing’s most famous surfing spots. Consisting of three left hand points, peeling mechanically over volcanic reefs and boulders for hundreds of metres. Raglan is consistently surfable in a variety of conditions. The three different points mean a range of options for all levels of surfing ability.

East Coast

  • 90
    Spots
  • 320°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 21°C
    Water Temp
  • 480km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

East Coast New Zealand Surfing

While not as famous as the long left hand point breaks of Raglan, East Coast New Zealand Surfing’s reputation for its consistence, copping the full brunt of southerly, easterly and northerly swells make it a top destination. Due to its remote location and relaxed atmosphere there is the opportunity to score pumping uncrowded waves with just your own crew.

Gisborne is home to high quality, powerful, hollow barrelling beach breaks, comparable to France and Mexico. Gisborne is a great launching point for exploring. It is the gateway to both the isolated East Cape and the fabled Mahia Peninsula. These areas are extremely remote and a wrong turn could result in a fruitless drive on long winding dirt roads and possibly meeting unwelcoming landowners. A local New Zealand surf guide is essential to access these world class reefs, river mouths and points.

Marlborough

  • 45
    Spots
  • 90°
    Swell Window
  • 10 - 18°C
    Water Temp
  • 950km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Marlborough New Zealand Surfing

Marlborough has numerous rocky peninsulas where the southern mountains meet the Pacific Ocean. In these waters, a complex marine ecosystem provides an ideal place for getting ‘up close with nature’. Marlborough’s epic right hand point breaks and river mouths are intensified by deep ocean trenches and tidal upwellings.

These waves are scattered along the coast and again access is an issue. Knowledge of tides and river levels is key to scoring these dynamic surf breaks. The experienced Marlborough New Zealand surfing guides will make sure that you are surfing the right place at the right time.

Raglan

  • 45
    Spots
  • 170°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 22°C
    Water Temp
  • 160km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing

The West Coast of the North Island, including the Taranaki coast south of Raglan boasts over 50 world class reef and point breaks. However, many of the waves around this area are located on private farmland, making it essential to have a surf guide to gain access and navigate through the maze of paddocks and back roads.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing breaks on the North Island are New Zealand surfing’s most famous surfing spots. Consisting of three left hand points, peeling mechanically over volcanic reefs and boulders for hundreds of metres. Raglan is consistently surfable in a variety of conditions. The three different points mean a range of options for all levels of surfing ability.

East Coast

  • 90
    Spots
  • 320°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 21°C
    Water Temp
  • 480km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

East Coast New Zealand Surfing

While not as famous as the long left hand point breaks of Raglan, East Coast New Zealand Surfing’s reputation for its consistence, copping the full brunt of southerly, easterly and northerly swells make it a top destination. Due to its remote location and relaxed atmosphere there is the opportunity to score pumping uncrowded waves with just your own crew.

Gisborne is home to high quality, powerful, hollow barrelling beach breaks, comparable to France and Mexico. Gisborne is a great launching point for exploring. It is the gateway to both the isolated East Cape and the fabled Mahia Peninsula. These areas are extremely remote and a wrong turn could result in a fruitless drive on long winding dirt roads and possibly meeting unwelcoming landowners. A local New Zealand surf guide is essential to access these world class reefs, river mouths and points.

Marlborough

  • 45
    Spots
  • 90°
    Swell Window
  • 10 - 18°C
    Water Temp
  • 950km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Marlborough New Zealand Surfing

Marlborough has numerous rocky peninsulas where the southern mountains meet the Pacific Ocean. In these waters, a complex marine ecosystem provides an ideal place for getting ‘up close with nature’. Marlborough’s epic right hand point breaks and river mouths are intensified by deep ocean trenches and tidal upwellings.

These waves are scattered along the coast and again access is an issue. Knowledge of tides and river levels is key to scoring these dynamic surf breaks. The experienced Marlborough New Zealand surfing guides will make sure that you are surfing the right place at the right time.

Raglan

  • 45
    Spots
  • 170°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 22°C
    Water Temp
  • 160km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing

The West Coast of the North Island, including the Taranaki coast south of Raglan boasts over 50 world class reef and point breaks. However, many of the waves around this area are located on private farmland, making it essential to have a surf guide to gain access and navigate through the maze of paddocks and back roads.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing breaks on the North Island are New Zealand surfing’s most famous surfing spots. Consisting of three left hand points, peeling mechanically over volcanic reefs and boulders for hundreds of metres. Raglan is consistently surfable in a variety of conditions. The three different points mean a range of options for all levels of surfing ability.

East Coast

  • 90
    Spots
  • 320°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 21°C
    Water Temp
  • 480km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

East Coast New Zealand Surfing

While not as famous as the long left hand point breaks of Raglan, East Coast New Zealand Surfing’s reputation for its consistence, copping the full brunt of southerly, easterly and northerly swells make it a top destination. Due to its remote location and relaxed atmosphere there is the opportunity to score pumping uncrowded waves with just your own crew.

Gisborne is home to high quality, powerful, hollow barrelling beach breaks, comparable to France and Mexico. Gisborne is a great launching point for exploring. It is the gateway to both the isolated East Cape and the fabled Mahia Peninsula. These areas are extremely remote and a wrong turn could result in a fruitless drive on long winding dirt roads and possibly meeting unwelcoming landowners. A local New Zealand surf guide is essential to access these world class reefs, river mouths and points.

Marlborough

  • 45
    Spots
  • 90°
    Swell Window
  • 10 - 18°C
    Water Temp
  • 950km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Marlborough New Zealand Surfing

Marlborough has numerous rocky peninsulas where the southern mountains meet the Pacific Ocean. In these waters, a complex marine ecosystem provides an ideal place for getting ‘up close with nature’. Marlborough’s epic right hand point breaks and river mouths are intensified by deep ocean trenches and tidal upwellings.

These waves are scattered along the coast and again access is an issue. Knowledge of tides and river levels is key to scoring these dynamic surf breaks. The experienced Marlborough New Zealand surfing guides will make sure that you are surfing the right place at the right time.

Raglan

  • 45
    Spots
  • 170°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 22°C
    Water Temp
  • 160km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing

The West Coast of the North Island, including the Taranaki coast south of Raglan boasts over 50 world class reef and point breaks. However, many of the waves around this area are located on private farmland, making it essential to have a surf guide to gain access and navigate through the maze of paddocks and back roads.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing breaks on the North Island are New Zealand surfing’s most famous surfing spots. Consisting of three left hand points, peeling mechanically over volcanic reefs and boulders for hundreds of metres. Raglan is consistently surfable in a variety of conditions. The three different points mean a range of options for all levels of surfing ability.

East Coast

  • 90
    Spots
  • 320°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 21°C
    Water Temp
  • 480km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

East Coast New Zealand Surfing

While not as famous as the long left hand point breaks of Raglan, East Coast New Zealand Surfing’s reputation for its consistence, copping the full brunt of southerly, easterly and northerly swells make it a top destination. Due to its remote location and relaxed atmosphere there is the opportunity to score pumping uncrowded waves with just your own crew.

Gisborne is home to high quality, powerful, hollow barrelling beach breaks, comparable to France and Mexico. Gisborne is a great launching point for exploring. It is the gateway to both the isolated East Cape and the fabled Mahia Peninsula. These areas are extremely remote and a wrong turn could result in a fruitless drive on long winding dirt roads and possibly meeting unwelcoming landowners. A local New Zealand surf guide is essential to access these world class reefs, river mouths and points.

Marlborough

  • 45
    Spots
  • 90°
    Swell Window
  • 10 - 18°C
    Water Temp
  • 950km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Marlborough New Zealand Surfing

Marlborough has numerous rocky peninsulas where the southern mountains meet the Pacific Ocean. In these waters, a complex marine ecosystem provides an ideal place for getting ‘up close with nature’. Marlborough’s epic right hand point breaks and river mouths are intensified by deep ocean trenches and tidal upwellings.

These waves are scattered along the coast and again access is an issue. Knowledge of tides and river levels is key to scoring these dynamic surf breaks. The experienced Marlborough New Zealand surfing guides will make sure that you are surfing the right place at the right time.

Raglan

  • 45
    Spots
  • 170°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 22°C
    Water Temp
  • 160km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing

The West Coast of the North Island, including the Taranaki coast south of Raglan boasts over 50 world class reef and point breaks. However, many of the waves around this area are located on private farmland, making it essential to have a surf guide to gain access and navigate through the maze of paddocks and back roads.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing breaks on the North Island are New Zealand surfing’s most famous surfing spots. Consisting of three left hand points, peeling mechanically over volcanic reefs and boulders for hundreds of metres. Raglan is consistently surfable in a variety of conditions. The three different points mean a range of options for all levels of surfing ability.

East Coast

  • 90
    Spots
  • 320°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 21°C
    Water Temp
  • 480km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

East Coast New Zealand Surfing

While not as famous as the long left hand point breaks of Raglan, East Coast New Zealand Surfing’s reputation for its consistence, copping the full brunt of southerly, easterly and northerly swells make it a top destination. Due to its remote location and relaxed atmosphere there is the opportunity to score pumping uncrowded waves with just your own crew.

Gisborne is home to high quality, powerful, hollow barrelling beach breaks, comparable to France and Mexico. Gisborne is a great launching point for exploring. It is the gateway to both the isolated East Cape and the fabled Mahia Peninsula. These areas are extremely remote and a wrong turn could result in a fruitless drive on long winding dirt roads and possibly meeting unwelcoming landowners. A local New Zealand surf guide is essential to access these world class reefs, river mouths and points.

Marlborough

  • 45
    Spots
  • 90°
    Swell Window
  • 10 - 18°C
    Water Temp
  • 950km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Marlborough New Zealand Surfing

Marlborough has numerous rocky peninsulas where the southern mountains meet the Pacific Ocean. In these waters, a complex marine ecosystem provides an ideal place for getting ‘up close with nature’. Marlborough’s epic right hand point breaks and river mouths are intensified by deep ocean trenches and tidal upwellings.

These waves are scattered along the coast and again access is an issue. Knowledge of tides and river levels is key to scoring these dynamic surf breaks. The experienced Marlborough New Zealand surfing guides will make sure that you are surfing the right place at the right time.

Raglan

  • 45
    Spots
  • 170°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 22°C
    Water Temp
  • 160km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing

The West Coast of the North Island, including the Taranaki coast south of Raglan boasts over 50 world class reef and point breaks. However, many of the waves around this area are located on private farmland, making it essential to have a surf guide to gain access and navigate through the maze of paddocks and back roads.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing breaks on the North Island are New Zealand surfing’s most famous surfing spots. Consisting of three left hand points, peeling mechanically over volcanic reefs and boulders for hundreds of metres. Raglan is consistently surfable in a variety of conditions. The three different points mean a range of options for all levels of surfing ability.

East Coast

  • 90
    Spots
  • 320°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 21°C
    Water Temp
  • 480km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

East Coast New Zealand Surfing

While not as famous as the long left hand point breaks of Raglan, East Coast New Zealand Surfing’s reputation for its consistence, copping the full brunt of southerly, easterly and northerly swells make it a top destination. Due to its remote location and relaxed atmosphere there is the opportunity to score pumping uncrowded waves with just your own crew.

Gisborne is home to high quality, powerful, hollow barrelling beach breaks, comparable to France and Mexico. Gisborne is a great launching point for exploring. It is the gateway to both the isolated East Cape and the fabled Mahia Peninsula. These areas are extremely remote and a wrong turn could result in a fruitless drive on long winding dirt roads and possibly meeting unwelcoming landowners. A local New Zealand surf guide is essential to access these world class reefs, river mouths and points.

Marlborough

  • 45
    Spots
  • 90°
    Swell Window
  • 10 - 18°C
    Water Temp
  • 950km
    From Auckland
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Marlborough New Zealand Surfing

Marlborough has numerous rocky peninsulas where the southern mountains meet the Pacific Ocean. In these waters, a complex marine ecosystem provides an ideal place for getting ‘up close with nature’. Marlborough’s epic right hand point breaks and river mouths are intensified by deep ocean trenches and tidal upwellings.

These waves are scattered along the coast and again access is an issue. Knowledge of tides and river levels is key to scoring these dynamic surf breaks. The experienced Marlborough New Zealand surfing guides will make sure that you are surfing the right place at the right time.

Raglan

  • 45
    Spots
  • 170°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 22°C
    Water Temp
  • 160km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing

The West Coast of the North Island, including the Taranaki coast south of Raglan boasts over 50 world class reef and point breaks. However, many of the waves around this area are located on private farmland, making it essential to have a surf guide to gain access and navigate through the maze of paddocks and back roads.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing breaks on the North Island are New Zealand surfing’s most famous surfing spots. Consisting of three left hand points, peeling mechanically over volcanic reefs and boulders for hundreds of metres. Raglan is consistently surfable in a variety of conditions. The three different points mean a range of options for all levels of surfing ability.

East Coast

  • 90
    Spots
  • 320°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 21°C
    Water Temp
  • 480km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

East Coast New Zealand Surfing

While not as famous as the long left hand point breaks of Raglan, East Coast New Zealand Surfing’s reputation for its consistence, copping the full brunt of southerly, easterly and northerly swells make it a top destination. Due to its remote location and relaxed atmosphere there is the opportunity to score pumping uncrowded waves with just your own crew.

Gisborne is home to high quality, powerful, hollow barrelling beach breaks, comparable to France and Mexico. Gisborne is a great launching point for exploring. It is the gateway to both the isolated East Cape and the fabled Mahia Peninsula. These areas are extremely remote and a wrong turn could result in a fruitless drive on long winding dirt roads and possibly meeting unwelcoming landowners. A local New Zealand surf guide is essential to access these world class reefs, river mouths and points.

Marlborough

  • 45
    Spots
  • 90°
    Swell Window
  • 10 - 18°C
    Water Temp
  • 950km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Marlborough New Zealand Surfing

Marlborough has numerous rocky peninsulas where the southern mountains meet the Pacific Ocean. In these waters, a complex marine ecosystem provides an ideal place for getting ‘up close with nature’. Marlborough’s epic right hand point breaks and river mouths are intensified by deep ocean trenches and tidal upwellings.

These waves are scattered along the coast and again access is an issue. Knowledge of tides and river levels is key to scoring these dynamic surf breaks. The experienced Marlborough New Zealand surfing guides will make sure that you are surfing the right place at the right time.

Raglan

  • 45
    Spots
  • 170°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 22°C
    Water Temp
  • 160km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing

The West Coast of the North Island, including the Taranaki coast south of Raglan boasts over 50 world class reef and point breaks. However, many of the waves around this area are located on private farmland, making it essential to have a surf guide to gain access and navigate through the maze of paddocks and back roads.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing breaks on the North Island are New Zealand surfing’s most famous surfing spots. Consisting of three left hand points, peeling mechanically over volcanic reefs and boulders for hundreds of metres. Raglan is consistently surfable in a variety of conditions. The three different points mean a range of options for all levels of surfing ability.

East Coast

  • 90
    Spots
  • 320°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 21°C
    Water Temp
  • 480km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

East Coast New Zealand Surfing

While not as famous as the long left hand point breaks of Raglan, East Coast New Zealand Surfing’s reputation for its consistence, copping the full brunt of southerly, easterly and northerly swells make it a top destination. Due to its remote location and relaxed atmosphere there is the opportunity to score pumping uncrowded waves with just your own crew.

Gisborne is home to high quality, powerful, hollow barrelling beach breaks, comparable to France and Mexico. Gisborne is a great launching point for exploring. It is the gateway to both the isolated East Cape and the fabled Mahia Peninsula. These areas are extremely remote and a wrong turn could result in a fruitless drive on long winding dirt roads and possibly meeting unwelcoming landowners. A local New Zealand surf guide is essential to access these world class reefs, river mouths and points.

Marlborough

  • 45
    Spots
  • 90°
    Swell Window
  • 10 - 18°C
    Water Temp
  • 950km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Marlborough New Zealand Surfing

Marlborough has numerous rocky peninsulas where the southern mountains meet the Pacific Ocean. In these waters, a complex marine ecosystem provides an ideal place for getting ‘up close with nature’. Marlborough’s epic right hand point breaks and river mouths are intensified by deep ocean trenches and tidal upwellings.

These waves are scattered along the coast and again access is an issue. Knowledge of tides and river levels is key to scoring these dynamic surf breaks. The experienced Marlborough New Zealand surfing guides will make sure that you are surfing the right place at the right time.

Raglan

  • 45
    Spots
  • 170°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 22°C
    Water Temp
  • 160km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing

The West Coast of the North Island, including the Taranaki coast south of Raglan boasts over 50 world class reef and point breaks. However, many of the waves around this area are located on private farmland, making it essential to have a surf guide to gain access and navigate through the maze of paddocks and back roads.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing breaks on the North Island are New Zealand surfing’s most famous surfing spots. Consisting of three left hand points, peeling mechanically over volcanic reefs and boulders for hundreds of metres. Raglan is consistently surfable in a variety of conditions. The three different points mean a range of options for all levels of surfing ability.

East Coast

  • 90
    Spots
  • 320°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 21°C
    Water Temp
  • 480km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

East Coast New Zealand Surfing

While not as famous as the long left hand point breaks of Raglan, East Coast New Zealand Surfing’s reputation for its consistence, copping the full brunt of southerly, easterly and northerly swells make it a top destination. Due to its remote location and relaxed atmosphere there is the opportunity to score pumping uncrowded waves with just your own crew.

Gisborne is home to high quality, powerful, hollow barrelling beach breaks, comparable to France and Mexico. Gisborne is a great launching point for exploring. It is the gateway to both the isolated East Cape and the fabled Mahia Peninsula. These areas are extremely remote and a wrong turn could result in a fruitless drive on long winding dirt roads and possibly meeting unwelcoming landowners. A local New Zealand surf guide is essential to access these world class reefs, river mouths and points.

Marlborough

  • 45
    Spots
  • 90°
    Swell Window
  • 10 - 18°C
    Water Temp
  • 950km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Marlborough New Zealand Surfing

Marlborough has numerous rocky peninsulas where the southern mountains meet the Pacific Ocean. In these waters, a complex marine ecosystem provides an ideal place for getting ‘up close with nature’. Marlborough’s epic right hand point breaks and river mouths are intensified by deep ocean trenches and tidal upwellings.

These waves are scattered along the coast and again access is an issue. Knowledge of tides and river levels is key to scoring these dynamic surf breaks. The experienced Marlborough New Zealand surfing guides will make sure that you are surfing the right place at the right time.

Raglan

  • 45
    Spots
  • 170°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 22°C
    Water Temp
  • 160km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing

The West Coast of the North Island, including the Taranaki coast south of Raglan boasts over 50 world class reef and point breaks. However, many of the waves around this area are located on private farmland, making it essential to have a surf guide to gain access and navigate through the maze of paddocks and back roads.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing breaks on the North Island are New Zealand surfing’s most famous surfing spots. Consisting of three left hand points, peeling mechanically over volcanic reefs and boulders for hundreds of metres. Raglan is consistently surfable in a variety of conditions. The three different points mean a range of options for all levels of surfing ability.

East Coast

  • 90
    Spots
  • 320°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 21°C
    Water Temp
  • 480km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

East Coast New Zealand Surfing

While not as famous as the long left hand point breaks of Raglan, East Coast New Zealand Surfing’s reputation for its consistence, copping the full brunt of southerly, easterly and northerly swells make it a top destination. Due to its remote location and relaxed atmosphere there is the opportunity to score pumping uncrowded waves with just your own crew.

Gisborne is home to high quality, powerful, hollow barrelling beach breaks, comparable to France and Mexico. Gisborne is a great launching point for exploring. It is the gateway to both the isolated East Cape and the fabled Mahia Peninsula. These areas are extremely remote and a wrong turn could result in a fruitless drive on long winding dirt roads and possibly meeting unwelcoming landowners. A local New Zealand surf guide is essential to access these world class reefs, river mouths and points.

Marlborough

  • 45
    Spots
  • 90°
    Swell Window
  • 10 - 18°C
    Water Temp
  • 950km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Marlborough New Zealand Surfing

Marlborough has numerous rocky peninsulas where the southern mountains meet the Pacific Ocean. In these waters, a complex marine ecosystem provides an ideal place for getting ‘up close with nature’. Marlborough’s epic right hand point breaks and river mouths are intensified by deep ocean trenches and tidal upwellings.

These waves are scattered along the coast and again access is an issue. Knowledge of tides and river levels is key to scoring these dynamic surf breaks. The experienced Marlborough New Zealand surfing guides will make sure that you are surfing the right place at the right time.

Raglan

  • 45
    Spots
  • 170°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 22°C
    Water Temp
  • 160km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing

The West Coast of the North Island, including the Taranaki coast south of Raglan boasts over 50 world class reef and point breaks. However, many of the waves around this area are located on private farmland, making it essential to have a surf guide to gain access and navigate through the maze of paddocks and back roads.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing breaks on the North Island are New Zealand surfing’s most famous surfing spots. Consisting of three left hand points, peeling mechanically over volcanic reefs and boulders for hundreds of metres. Raglan is consistently surfable in a variety of conditions. The three different points mean a range of options for all levels of surfing ability.

East Coast

  • 90
    Spots
  • 320°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 21°C
    Water Temp
  • 480km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

East Coast New Zealand Surfing

While not as famous as the long left hand point breaks of Raglan, East Coast New Zealand Surfing’s reputation for its consistence, copping the full brunt of southerly, easterly and northerly swells make it a top destination. Due to its remote location and relaxed atmosphere there is the opportunity to score pumping uncrowded waves with just your own crew.

Gisborne is home to high quality, powerful, hollow barrelling beach breaks, comparable to France and Mexico. Gisborne is a great launching point for exploring. It is the gateway to both the isolated East Cape and the fabled Mahia Peninsula. These areas are extremely remote and a wrong turn could result in a fruitless drive on long winding dirt roads and possibly meeting unwelcoming landowners. A local New Zealand surf guide is essential to access these world class reefs, river mouths and points.

Marlborough

  • 45
    Spots
  • 90°
    Swell Window
  • 10 - 18°C
    Water Temp
  • 950km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Marlborough New Zealand Surfing

Marlborough has numerous rocky peninsulas where the southern mountains meet the Pacific Ocean. In these waters, a complex marine ecosystem provides an ideal place for getting ‘up close with nature’. Marlborough’s epic right hand point breaks and river mouths are intensified by deep ocean trenches and tidal upwellings.

These waves are scattered along the coast and again access is an issue. Knowledge of tides and river levels is key to scoring these dynamic surf breaks. The experienced Marlborough New Zealand surfing guides will make sure that you are surfing the right place at the right time.

Raglan

  • 45
    Spots
  • 170°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 22°C
    Water Temp
  • 160km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing

The West Coast of the North Island, including the Taranaki coast south of Raglan boasts over 50 world class reef and point breaks. However, many of the waves around this area are located on private farmland, making it essential to have a surf guide to gain access and navigate through the maze of paddocks and back roads.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing breaks on the North Island are New Zealand surfing’s most famous surfing spots. Consisting of three left hand points, peeling mechanically over volcanic reefs and boulders for hundreds of metres. Raglan is consistently surfable in a variety of conditions. The three different points mean a range of options for all levels of surfing ability.

East Coast

  • 90
    Spots
  • 320°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 21°C
    Water Temp
  • 480km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

East Coast New Zealand Surfing

While not as famous as the long left hand point breaks of Raglan, East Coast New Zealand Surfing’s reputation for its consistence, copping the full brunt of southerly, easterly and northerly swells make it a top destination. Due to its remote location and relaxed atmosphere there is the opportunity to score pumping uncrowded waves with just your own crew.

Gisborne is home to high quality, powerful, hollow barrelling beach breaks, comparable to France and Mexico. Gisborne is a great launching point for exploring. It is the gateway to both the isolated East Cape and the fabled Mahia Peninsula. These areas are extremely remote and a wrong turn could result in a fruitless drive on long winding dirt roads and possibly meeting unwelcoming landowners. A local New Zealand surf guide is essential to access these world class reefs, river mouths and points.

Marlborough

  • 45
    Spots
  • 90°
    Swell Window
  • 10 - 18°C
    Water Temp
  • 950km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Marlborough New Zealand Surfing

Marlborough has numerous rocky peninsulas where the southern mountains meet the Pacific Ocean. In these waters, a complex marine ecosystem provides an ideal place for getting ‘up close with nature’. Marlborough’s epic right hand point breaks and river mouths are intensified by deep ocean trenches and tidal upwellings.

These waves are scattered along the coast and again access is an issue. Knowledge of tides and river levels is key to scoring these dynamic surf breaks. The experienced Marlborough New Zealand surfing guides will make sure that you are surfing the right place at the right time.

Raglan

  • 45
    Spots
  • 170°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 22°C
    Water Temp
  • 160km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing

The West Coast of the North Island, including the Taranaki coast south of Raglan boasts over 50 world class reef and point breaks. However, many of the waves around this area are located on private farmland, making it essential to have a surf guide to gain access and navigate through the maze of paddocks and back roads.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing breaks on the North Island are New Zealand surfing’s most famous surfing spots. Consisting of three left hand points, peeling mechanically over volcanic reefs and boulders for hundreds of metres. Raglan is consistently surfable in a variety of conditions. The three different points mean a range of options for all levels of surfing ability.

East Coast

  • 90
    Spots
  • 320°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 21°C
    Water Temp
  • 480km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

East Coast New Zealand Surfing

While not as famous as the long left hand point breaks of Raglan, East Coast New Zealand Surfing’s reputation for its consistence, copping the full brunt of southerly, easterly and northerly swells make it a top destination. Due to its remote location and relaxed atmosphere there is the opportunity to score pumping uncrowded waves with just your own crew.

Gisborne is home to high quality, powerful, hollow barrelling beach breaks, comparable to France and Mexico. Gisborne is a great launching point for exploring. It is the gateway to both the isolated East Cape and the fabled Mahia Peninsula. These areas are extremely remote and a wrong turn could result in a fruitless drive on long winding dirt roads and possibly meeting unwelcoming landowners. A local New Zealand surf guide is essential to access these world class reefs, river mouths and points.

Marlborough

  • 45
    Spots
  • 90°
    Swell Window
  • 10 - 18°C
    Water Temp
  • 950km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Marlborough New Zealand Surfing

Marlborough has numerous rocky peninsulas where the southern mountains meet the Pacific Ocean. In these waters, a complex marine ecosystem provides an ideal place for getting ‘up close with nature’. Marlborough’s epic right hand point breaks and river mouths are intensified by deep ocean trenches and tidal upwellings.

These waves are scattered along the coast and again access is an issue. Knowledge of tides and river levels is key to scoring these dynamic surf breaks. The experienced Marlborough New Zealand surfing guides will make sure that you are surfing the right place at the right time.

Raglan

  • 45
    Spots
  • 170°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 22°C
    Water Temp
  • 160km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing

The West Coast of the North Island, including the Taranaki coast south of Raglan boasts over 50 world class reef and point breaks. However, many of the waves around this area are located on private farmland, making it essential to have a surf guide to gain access and navigate through the maze of paddocks and back roads.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing breaks on the North Island are New Zealand surfing’s most famous surfing spots. Consisting of three left hand points, peeling mechanically over volcanic reefs and boulders for hundreds of metres. Raglan is consistently surfable in a variety of conditions. The three different points mean a range of options for all levels of surfing ability.

East Coast

  • 90
    Spots
  • 320°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 21°C
    Water Temp
  • 480km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

East Coast New Zealand Surfing

While not as famous as the long left hand point breaks of Raglan, East Coast New Zealand Surfing’s reputation for its consistence, copping the full brunt of southerly, easterly and northerly swells make it a top destination. Due to its remote location and relaxed atmosphere there is the opportunity to score pumping uncrowded waves with just your own crew.

Gisborne is home to high quality, powerful, hollow barrelling beach breaks, comparable to France and Mexico. Gisborne is a great launching point for exploring. It is the gateway to both the isolated East Cape and the fabled Mahia Peninsula. These areas are extremely remote and a wrong turn could result in a fruitless drive on long winding dirt roads and possibly meeting unwelcoming landowners. A local New Zealand surf guide is essential to access these world class reefs, river mouths and points.

Marlborough

  • 45
    Spots
  • 90°
    Swell Window
  • 10 - 18°C
    Water Temp
  • 950km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Marlborough New Zealand Surfing

Marlborough has numerous rocky peninsulas where the southern mountains meet the Pacific Ocean. In these waters, a complex marine ecosystem provides an ideal place for getting ‘up close with nature’. Marlborough’s epic right hand point breaks and river mouths are intensified by deep ocean trenches and tidal upwellings.

These waves are scattered along the coast and again access is an issue. Knowledge of tides and river levels is key to scoring these dynamic surf breaks. The experienced Marlborough New Zealand surfing guides will make sure that you are surfing the right place at the right time.

Raglan

  • 45
    Spots
  • 170°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 22°C
    Water Temp
  • 160km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing

The West Coast of the North Island, including the Taranaki coast south of Raglan boasts over 50 world class reef and point breaks. However, many of the waves around this area are located on private farmland, making it essential to have a surf guide to gain access and navigate through the maze of paddocks and back roads.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing breaks on the North Island are New Zealand surfing’s most famous surfing spots. Consisting of three left hand points, peeling mechanically over volcanic reefs and boulders for hundreds of metres. Raglan is consistently surfable in a variety of conditions. The three different points mean a range of options for all levels of surfing ability.

East Coast

  • 90
    Spots
  • 320°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 21°C
    Water Temp
  • 480km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

East Coast New Zealand Surfing

While not as famous as the long left hand point breaks of Raglan, East Coast New Zealand Surfing’s reputation for its consistence, copping the full brunt of southerly, easterly and northerly swells make it a top destination. Due to its remote location and relaxed atmosphere there is the opportunity to score pumping uncrowded waves with just your own crew.

Gisborne is home to high quality, powerful, hollow barrelling beach breaks, comparable to France and Mexico. Gisborne is a great launching point for exploring. It is the gateway to both the isolated East Cape and the fabled Mahia Peninsula. These areas are extremely remote and a wrong turn could result in a fruitless drive on long winding dirt roads and possibly meeting unwelcoming landowners. A local New Zealand surf guide is essential to access these world class reefs, river mouths and points.

Marlborough

  • 45
    Spots
  • 90°
    Swell Window
  • 10 - 18°C
    Water Temp
  • 950km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Marlborough New Zealand Surfing

Marlborough has numerous rocky peninsulas where the southern mountains meet the Pacific Ocean. In these waters, a complex marine ecosystem provides an ideal place for getting ‘up close with nature’. Marlborough’s epic right hand point breaks and river mouths are intensified by deep ocean trenches and tidal upwellings.

These waves are scattered along the coast and again access is an issue. Knowledge of tides and river levels is key to scoring these dynamic surf breaks. The experienced Marlborough New Zealand surfing guides will make sure that you are surfing the right place at the right time.

Raglan

  • 45
    Spots
  • 170°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 22°C
    Water Temp
  • 160km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing

The West Coast of the North Island, including the Taranaki coast south of Raglan boasts over 50 world class reef and point breaks. However, many of the waves around this area are located on private farmland, making it essential to have a surf guide to gain access and navigate through the maze of paddocks and back roads.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing breaks on the North Island are New Zealand surfing’s most famous surfing spots. Consisting of three left hand points, peeling mechanically over volcanic reefs and boulders for hundreds of metres. Raglan is consistently surfable in a variety of conditions. The three different points mean a range of options for all levels of surfing ability.

East Coast

  • 90
    Spots
  • 320°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 21°C
    Water Temp
  • 480km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

East Coast New Zealand Surfing

While not as famous as the long left hand point breaks of Raglan, East Coast New Zealand Surfing’s reputation for its consistence, copping the full brunt of southerly, easterly and northerly swells make it a top destination. Due to its remote location and relaxed atmosphere there is the opportunity to score pumping uncrowded waves with just your own crew.

Gisborne is home to high quality, powerful, hollow barrelling beach breaks, comparable to France and Mexico. Gisborne is a great launching point for exploring. It is the gateway to both the isolated East Cape and the fabled Mahia Peninsula. These areas are extremely remote and a wrong turn could result in a fruitless drive on long winding dirt roads and possibly meeting unwelcoming landowners. A local New Zealand surf guide is essential to access these world class reefs, river mouths and points.

Marlborough

  • 45
    Spots
  • 90°
    Swell Window
  • 10 - 18°C
    Water Temp
  • 950km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Marlborough New Zealand Surfing

Marlborough has numerous rocky peninsulas where the southern mountains meet the Pacific Ocean. In these waters, a complex marine ecosystem provides an ideal place for getting ‘up close with nature’. Marlborough’s epic right hand point breaks and river mouths are intensified by deep ocean trenches and tidal upwellings.

These waves are scattered along the coast and again access is an issue. Knowledge of tides and river levels is key to scoring these dynamic surf breaks. The experienced Marlborough New Zealand surfing guides will make sure that you are surfing the right place at the right time.

Raglan

  • 45
    Spots
  • 170°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 22°C
    Water Temp
  • 160km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing

The West Coast of the North Island, including the Taranaki coast south of Raglan boasts over 50 world class reef and point breaks. However, many of the waves around this area are located on private farmland, making it essential to have a surf guide to gain access and navigate through the maze of paddocks and back roads.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing breaks on the North Island are New Zealand surfing’s most famous surfing spots. Consisting of three left hand points, peeling mechanically over volcanic reefs and boulders for hundreds of metres. Raglan is consistently surfable in a variety of conditions. The three different points mean a range of options for all levels of surfing ability.

East Coast

  • 90
    Spots
  • 320°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 21°C
    Water Temp
  • 480km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

East Coast New Zealand Surfing

While not as famous as the long left hand point breaks of Raglan, East Coast New Zealand Surfing’s reputation for its consistence, copping the full brunt of southerly, easterly and northerly swells make it a top destination. Due to its remote location and relaxed atmosphere there is the opportunity to score pumping uncrowded waves with just your own crew.

Gisborne is home to high quality, powerful, hollow barrelling beach breaks, comparable to France and Mexico. Gisborne is a great launching point for exploring. It is the gateway to both the isolated East Cape and the fabled Mahia Peninsula. These areas are extremely remote and a wrong turn could result in a fruitless drive on long winding dirt roads and possibly meeting unwelcoming landowners. A local New Zealand surf guide is essential to access these world class reefs, river mouths and points.

Marlborough

  • 45
    Spots
  • 90°
    Swell Window
  • 10 - 18°C
    Water Temp
  • 950km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Marlborough New Zealand Surfing

Marlborough has numerous rocky peninsulas where the southern mountains meet the Pacific Ocean. In these waters, a complex marine ecosystem provides an ideal place for getting ‘up close with nature’. Marlborough’s epic right hand point breaks and river mouths are intensified by deep ocean trenches and tidal upwellings.

These waves are scattered along the coast and again access is an issue. Knowledge of tides and river levels is key to scoring these dynamic surf breaks. The experienced Marlborough New Zealand surfing guides will make sure that you are surfing the right place at the right time.

Raglan

  • 45
    Spots
  • 170°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 22°C
    Water Temp
  • 160km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing

The West Coast of the North Island, including the Taranaki coast south of Raglan boasts over 50 world class reef and point breaks. However, many of the waves around this area are located on private farmland, making it essential to have a surf guide to gain access and navigate through the maze of paddocks and back roads.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing breaks on the North Island are New Zealand surfing’s most famous surfing spots. Consisting of three left hand points, peeling mechanically over volcanic reefs and boulders for hundreds of metres. Raglan is consistently surfable in a variety of conditions. The three different points mean a range of options for all levels of surfing ability.

East Coast

  • 90
    Spots
  • 320°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 21°C
    Water Temp
  • 480km
    From Auckland
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East Coast New Zealand Surfing

While not as famous as the long left hand point breaks of Raglan, East Coast New Zealand Surfing’s reputation for its consistence, copping the full brunt of southerly, easterly and northerly swells make it a top destination. Due to its remote location and relaxed atmosphere there is the opportunity to score pumping uncrowded waves with just your own crew.

Gisborne is home to high quality, powerful, hollow barrelling beach breaks, comparable to France and Mexico. Gisborne is a great launching point for exploring. It is the gateway to both the isolated East Cape and the fabled Mahia Peninsula. These areas are extremely remote and a wrong turn could result in a fruitless drive on long winding dirt roads and possibly meeting unwelcoming landowners. A local New Zealand surf guide is essential to access these world class reefs, river mouths and points.

Marlborough

  • 45
    Spots
  • 90°
    Swell Window
  • 10 - 18°C
    Water Temp
  • 950km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Marlborough New Zealand Surfing

Marlborough has numerous rocky peninsulas where the southern mountains meet the Pacific Ocean. In these waters, a complex marine ecosystem provides an ideal place for getting ‘up close with nature’. Marlborough’s epic right hand point breaks and river mouths are intensified by deep ocean trenches and tidal upwellings.

These waves are scattered along the coast and again access is an issue. Knowledge of tides and river levels is key to scoring these dynamic surf breaks. The experienced Marlborough New Zealand surfing guides will make sure that you are surfing the right place at the right time.

Raglan

  • 45
    Spots
  • 170°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 22°C
    Water Temp
  • 160km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing

The West Coast of the North Island, including the Taranaki coast south of Raglan boasts over 50 world class reef and point breaks. However, many of the waves around this area are located on private farmland, making it essential to have a surf guide to gain access and navigate through the maze of paddocks and back roads.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing breaks on the North Island are New Zealand surfing’s most famous surfing spots. Consisting of three left hand points, peeling mechanically over volcanic reefs and boulders for hundreds of metres. Raglan is consistently surfable in a variety of conditions. The three different points mean a range of options for all levels of surfing ability.

East Coast

  • 90
    Spots
  • 320°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 21°C
    Water Temp
  • 480km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

East Coast New Zealand Surfing

While not as famous as the long left hand point breaks of Raglan, East Coast New Zealand Surfing’s reputation for its consistence, copping the full brunt of southerly, easterly and northerly swells make it a top destination. Due to its remote location and relaxed atmosphere there is the opportunity to score pumping uncrowded waves with just your own crew.

Gisborne is home to high quality, powerful, hollow barrelling beach breaks, comparable to France and Mexico. Gisborne is a great launching point for exploring. It is the gateway to both the isolated East Cape and the fabled Mahia Peninsula. These areas are extremely remote and a wrong turn could result in a fruitless drive on long winding dirt roads and possibly meeting unwelcoming landowners. A local New Zealand surf guide is essential to access these world class reefs, river mouths and points.

Marlborough

  • 45
    Spots
  • 90°
    Swell Window
  • 10 - 18°C
    Water Temp
  • 950km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Marlborough New Zealand Surfing

Marlborough has numerous rocky peninsulas where the southern mountains meet the Pacific Ocean. In these waters, a complex marine ecosystem provides an ideal place for getting ‘up close with nature’. Marlborough’s epic right hand point breaks and river mouths are intensified by deep ocean trenches and tidal upwellings.

These waves are scattered along the coast and again access is an issue. Knowledge of tides and river levels is key to scoring these dynamic surf breaks. The experienced Marlborough New Zealand surfing guides will make sure that you are surfing the right place at the right time.

Raglan

  • 45
    Spots
  • 170°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 22°C
    Water Temp
  • 160km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing

The West Coast of the North Island, including the Taranaki coast south of Raglan boasts over 50 world class reef and point breaks. However, many of the waves around this area are located on private farmland, making it essential to have a surf guide to gain access and navigate through the maze of paddocks and back roads.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing breaks on the North Island are New Zealand surfing’s most famous surfing spots. Consisting of three left hand points, peeling mechanically over volcanic reefs and boulders for hundreds of metres. Raglan is consistently surfable in a variety of conditions. The three different points mean a range of options for all levels of surfing ability.

East Coast

  • 90
    Spots
  • 320°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 21°C
    Water Temp
  • 480km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

East Coast New Zealand Surfing

While not as famous as the long left hand point breaks of Raglan, East Coast New Zealand Surfing’s reputation for its consistence, copping the full brunt of southerly, easterly and northerly swells make it a top destination. Due to its remote location and relaxed atmosphere there is the opportunity to score pumping uncrowded waves with just your own crew.

Gisborne is home to high quality, powerful, hollow barrelling beach breaks, comparable to France and Mexico. Gisborne is a great launching point for exploring. It is the gateway to both the isolated East Cape and the fabled Mahia Peninsula. These areas are extremely remote and a wrong turn could result in a fruitless drive on long winding dirt roads and possibly meeting unwelcoming landowners. A local New Zealand surf guide is essential to access these world class reefs, river mouths and points.

Marlborough

  • 45
    Spots
  • 90°
    Swell Window
  • 10 - 18°C
    Water Temp
  • 950km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Marlborough New Zealand Surfing

Marlborough has numerous rocky peninsulas where the southern mountains meet the Pacific Ocean. In these waters, a complex marine ecosystem provides an ideal place for getting ‘up close with nature’. Marlborough’s epic right hand point breaks and river mouths are intensified by deep ocean trenches and tidal upwellings.

These waves are scattered along the coast and again access is an issue. Knowledge of tides and river levels is key to scoring these dynamic surf breaks. The experienced Marlborough New Zealand surfing guides will make sure that you are surfing the right place at the right time.

Raglan

  • 45
    Spots
  • 170°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 22°C
    Water Temp
  • 160km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing

The West Coast of the North Island, including the Taranaki coast south of Raglan boasts over 50 world class reef and point breaks. However, many of the waves around this area are located on private farmland, making it essential to have a surf guide to gain access and navigate through the maze of paddocks and back roads.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing breaks on the North Island are New Zealand surfing’s most famous surfing spots. Consisting of three left hand points, peeling mechanically over volcanic reefs and boulders for hundreds of metres. Raglan is consistently surfable in a variety of conditions. The three different points mean a range of options for all levels of surfing ability.

East Coast

  • 90
    Spots
  • 320°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 21°C
    Water Temp
  • 480km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

East Coast New Zealand Surfing

While not as famous as the long left hand point breaks of Raglan, East Coast New Zealand Surfing’s reputation for its consistence, copping the full brunt of southerly, easterly and northerly swells make it a top destination. Due to its remote location and relaxed atmosphere there is the opportunity to score pumping uncrowded waves with just your own crew.

Gisborne is home to high quality, powerful, hollow barrelling beach breaks, comparable to France and Mexico. Gisborne is a great launching point for exploring. It is the gateway to both the isolated East Cape and the fabled Mahia Peninsula. These areas are extremely remote and a wrong turn could result in a fruitless drive on long winding dirt roads and possibly meeting unwelcoming landowners. A local New Zealand surf guide is essential to access these world class reefs, river mouths and points.

Marlborough

  • 45
    Spots
  • 90°
    Swell Window
  • 10 - 18°C
    Water Temp
  • 950km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Marlborough New Zealand Surfing

Marlborough has numerous rocky peninsulas where the southern mountains meet the Pacific Ocean. In these waters, a complex marine ecosystem provides an ideal place for getting ‘up close with nature’. Marlborough’s epic right hand point breaks and river mouths are intensified by deep ocean trenches and tidal upwellings.

These waves are scattered along the coast and again access is an issue. Knowledge of tides and river levels is key to scoring these dynamic surf breaks. The experienced Marlborough New Zealand surfing guides will make sure that you are surfing the right place at the right time.

Raglan

  • 45
    Spots
  • 170°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 22°C
    Water Temp
  • 160km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing

The West Coast of the North Island, including the Taranaki coast south of Raglan boasts over 50 world class reef and point breaks. However, many of the waves around this area are located on private farmland, making it essential to have a surf guide to gain access and navigate through the maze of paddocks and back roads.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing breaks on the North Island are New Zealand surfing’s most famous surfing spots. Consisting of three left hand points, peeling mechanically over volcanic reefs and boulders for hundreds of metres. Raglan is consistently surfable in a variety of conditions. The three different points mean a range of options for all levels of surfing ability.

East Coast

  • 90
    Spots
  • 320°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 21°C
    Water Temp
  • 480km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

East Coast New Zealand Surfing

While not as famous as the long left hand point breaks of Raglan, East Coast New Zealand Surfing’s reputation for its consistence, copping the full brunt of southerly, easterly and northerly swells make it a top destination. Due to its remote location and relaxed atmosphere there is the opportunity to score pumping uncrowded waves with just your own crew.

Gisborne is home to high quality, powerful, hollow barrelling beach breaks, comparable to France and Mexico. Gisborne is a great launching point for exploring. It is the gateway to both the isolated East Cape and the fabled Mahia Peninsula. These areas are extremely remote and a wrong turn could result in a fruitless drive on long winding dirt roads and possibly meeting unwelcoming landowners. A local New Zealand surf guide is essential to access these world class reefs, river mouths and points.

Marlborough

  • 45
    Spots
  • 90°
    Swell Window
  • 10 - 18°C
    Water Temp
  • 950km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Marlborough New Zealand Surfing

Marlborough has numerous rocky peninsulas where the southern mountains meet the Pacific Ocean. In these waters, a complex marine ecosystem provides an ideal place for getting ‘up close with nature’. Marlborough’s epic right hand point breaks and river mouths are intensified by deep ocean trenches and tidal upwellings.

These waves are scattered along the coast and again access is an issue. Knowledge of tides and river levels is key to scoring these dynamic surf breaks. The experienced Marlborough New Zealand surfing guides will make sure that you are surfing the right place at the right time.

Raglan

  • 45
    Spots
  • 170°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 22°C
    Water Temp
  • 160km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing

The West Coast of the North Island, including the Taranaki coast south of Raglan boasts over 50 world class reef and point breaks. However, many of the waves around this area are located on private farmland, making it essential to have a surf guide to gain access and navigate through the maze of paddocks and back roads.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing breaks on the North Island are New Zealand surfing’s most famous surfing spots. Consisting of three left hand points, peeling mechanically over volcanic reefs and boulders for hundreds of metres. Raglan is consistently surfable in a variety of conditions. The three different points mean a range of options for all levels of surfing ability.

East Coast

  • 90
    Spots
  • 320°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 21°C
    Water Temp
  • 480km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

East Coast New Zealand Surfing

While not as famous as the long left hand point breaks of Raglan, East Coast New Zealand Surfing’s reputation for its consistence, copping the full brunt of southerly, easterly and northerly swells make it a top destination. Due to its remote location and relaxed atmosphere there is the opportunity to score pumping uncrowded waves with just your own crew.

Gisborne is home to high quality, powerful, hollow barrelling beach breaks, comparable to France and Mexico. Gisborne is a great launching point for exploring. It is the gateway to both the isolated East Cape and the fabled Mahia Peninsula. These areas are extremely remote and a wrong turn could result in a fruitless drive on long winding dirt roads and possibly meeting unwelcoming landowners. A local New Zealand surf guide is essential to access these world class reefs, river mouths and points.

Marlborough

  • 45
    Spots
  • 90°
    Swell Window
  • 10 - 18°C
    Water Temp
  • 950km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Marlborough New Zealand Surfing

Marlborough has numerous rocky peninsulas where the southern mountains meet the Pacific Ocean. In these waters, a complex marine ecosystem provides an ideal place for getting ‘up close with nature’. Marlborough’s epic right hand point breaks and river mouths are intensified by deep ocean trenches and tidal upwellings.

These waves are scattered along the coast and again access is an issue. Knowledge of tides and river levels is key to scoring these dynamic surf breaks. The experienced Marlborough New Zealand surfing guides will make sure that you are surfing the right place at the right time.

Raglan

  • 45
    Spots
  • 170°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 22°C
    Water Temp
  • 160km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing

The West Coast of the North Island, including the Taranaki coast south of Raglan boasts over 50 world class reef and point breaks. However, many of the waves around this area are located on private farmland, making it essential to have a surf guide to gain access and navigate through the maze of paddocks and back roads.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing breaks on the North Island are New Zealand surfing’s most famous surfing spots. Consisting of three left hand points, peeling mechanically over volcanic reefs and boulders for hundreds of metres. Raglan is consistently surfable in a variety of conditions. The three different points mean a range of options for all levels of surfing ability.

East Coast

  • 90
    Spots
  • 320°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 21°C
    Water Temp
  • 480km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

East Coast New Zealand Surfing

While not as famous as the long left hand point breaks of Raglan, East Coast New Zealand Surfing’s reputation for its consistence, copping the full brunt of southerly, easterly and northerly swells make it a top destination. Due to its remote location and relaxed atmosphere there is the opportunity to score pumping uncrowded waves with just your own crew.

Gisborne is home to high quality, powerful, hollow barrelling beach breaks, comparable to France and Mexico. Gisborne is a great launching point for exploring. It is the gateway to both the isolated East Cape and the fabled Mahia Peninsula. These areas are extremely remote and a wrong turn could result in a fruitless drive on long winding dirt roads and possibly meeting unwelcoming landowners. A local New Zealand surf guide is essential to access these world class reefs, river mouths and points.

Marlborough

  • 45
    Spots
  • 90°
    Swell Window
  • 10 - 18°C
    Water Temp
  • 950km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Marlborough New Zealand Surfing

Marlborough has numerous rocky peninsulas where the southern mountains meet the Pacific Ocean. In these waters, a complex marine ecosystem provides an ideal place for getting ‘up close with nature’. Marlborough’s epic right hand point breaks and river mouths are intensified by deep ocean trenches and tidal upwellings.

These waves are scattered along the coast and again access is an issue. Knowledge of tides and river levels is key to scoring these dynamic surf breaks. The experienced Marlborough New Zealand surfing guides will make sure that you are surfing the right place at the right time.

Raglan

  • 45
    Spots
  • 170°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 22°C
    Water Temp
  • 160km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing

The West Coast of the North Island, including the Taranaki coast south of Raglan boasts over 50 world class reef and point breaks. However, many of the waves around this area are located on private farmland, making it essential to have a surf guide to gain access and navigate through the maze of paddocks and back roads.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing breaks on the North Island are New Zealand surfing’s most famous surfing spots. Consisting of three left hand points, peeling mechanically over volcanic reefs and boulders for hundreds of metres. Raglan is consistently surfable in a variety of conditions. The three different points mean a range of options for all levels of surfing ability.

East Coast

  • 90
    Spots
  • 320°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 21°C
    Water Temp
  • 480km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

East Coast New Zealand Surfing

While not as famous as the long left hand point breaks of Raglan, East Coast New Zealand Surfing’s reputation for its consistence, copping the full brunt of southerly, easterly and northerly swells make it a top destination. Due to its remote location and relaxed atmosphere there is the opportunity to score pumping uncrowded waves with just your own crew.

Gisborne is home to high quality, powerful, hollow barrelling beach breaks, comparable to France and Mexico. Gisborne is a great launching point for exploring. It is the gateway to both the isolated East Cape and the fabled Mahia Peninsula. These areas are extremely remote and a wrong turn could result in a fruitless drive on long winding dirt roads and possibly meeting unwelcoming landowners. A local New Zealand surf guide is essential to access these world class reefs, river mouths and points.

Marlborough

  • 45
    Spots
  • 90°
    Swell Window
  • 10 - 18°C
    Water Temp
  • 950km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Marlborough New Zealand Surfing

Marlborough has numerous rocky peninsulas where the southern mountains meet the Pacific Ocean. In these waters, a complex marine ecosystem provides an ideal place for getting ‘up close with nature’. Marlborough’s epic right hand point breaks and river mouths are intensified by deep ocean trenches and tidal upwellings.

These waves are scattered along the coast and again access is an issue. Knowledge of tides and river levels is key to scoring these dynamic surf breaks. The experienced Marlborough New Zealand surfing guides will make sure that you are surfing the right place at the right time.

Raglan

  • 45
    Spots
  • 170°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 22°C
    Water Temp
  • 160km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing

The West Coast of the North Island, including the Taranaki coast south of Raglan boasts over 50 world class reef and point breaks. However, many of the waves around this area are located on private farmland, making it essential to have a surf guide to gain access and navigate through the maze of paddocks and back roads.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing breaks on the North Island are New Zealand surfing’s most famous surfing spots. Consisting of three left hand points, peeling mechanically over volcanic reefs and boulders for hundreds of metres. Raglan is consistently surfable in a variety of conditions. The three different points mean a range of options for all levels of surfing ability.

East Coast

  • 90
    Spots
  • 320°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 21°C
    Water Temp
  • 480km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

East Coast New Zealand Surfing

While not as famous as the long left hand point breaks of Raglan, East Coast New Zealand Surfing’s reputation for its consistence, copping the full brunt of southerly, easterly and northerly swells make it a top destination. Due to its remote location and relaxed atmosphere there is the opportunity to score pumping uncrowded waves with just your own crew.

Gisborne is home to high quality, powerful, hollow barrelling beach breaks, comparable to France and Mexico. Gisborne is a great launching point for exploring. It is the gateway to both the isolated East Cape and the fabled Mahia Peninsula. These areas are extremely remote and a wrong turn could result in a fruitless drive on long winding dirt roads and possibly meeting unwelcoming landowners. A local New Zealand surf guide is essential to access these world class reefs, river mouths and points.

Marlborough

  • 45
    Spots
  • 90°
    Swell Window
  • 10 - 18°C
    Water Temp
  • 950km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Marlborough New Zealand Surfing

Marlborough has numerous rocky peninsulas where the southern mountains meet the Pacific Ocean. In these waters, a complex marine ecosystem provides an ideal place for getting ‘up close with nature’. Marlborough’s epic right hand point breaks and river mouths are intensified by deep ocean trenches and tidal upwellings.

These waves are scattered along the coast and again access is an issue. Knowledge of tides and river levels is key to scoring these dynamic surf breaks. The experienced Marlborough New Zealand surfing guides will make sure that you are surfing the right place at the right time.

Raglan

  • 45
    Spots
  • 170°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 22°C
    Water Temp
  • 160km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing

The West Coast of the North Island, including the Taranaki coast south of Raglan boasts over 50 world class reef and point breaks. However, many of the waves around this area are located on private farmland, making it essential to have a surf guide to gain access and navigate through the maze of paddocks and back roads.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing breaks on the North Island are New Zealand surfing’s most famous surfing spots. Consisting of three left hand points, peeling mechanically over volcanic reefs and boulders for hundreds of metres. Raglan is consistently surfable in a variety of conditions. The three different points mean a range of options for all levels of surfing ability.

East Coast

  • 90
    Spots
  • 320°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 21°C
    Water Temp
  • 480km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

East Coast New Zealand Surfing

While not as famous as the long left hand point breaks of Raglan, East Coast New Zealand Surfing’s reputation for its consistence, copping the full brunt of southerly, easterly and northerly swells make it a top destination. Due to its remote location and relaxed atmosphere there is the opportunity to score pumping uncrowded waves with just your own crew.

Gisborne is home to high quality, powerful, hollow barrelling beach breaks, comparable to France and Mexico. Gisborne is a great launching point for exploring. It is the gateway to both the isolated East Cape and the fabled Mahia Peninsula. These areas are extremely remote and a wrong turn could result in a fruitless drive on long winding dirt roads and possibly meeting unwelcoming landowners. A local New Zealand surf guide is essential to access these world class reefs, river mouths and points.

Marlborough

  • 45
    Spots
  • 90°
    Swell Window
  • 10 - 18°C
    Water Temp
  • 950km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Marlborough New Zealand Surfing

Marlborough has numerous rocky peninsulas where the southern mountains meet the Pacific Ocean. In these waters, a complex marine ecosystem provides an ideal place for getting ‘up close with nature’. Marlborough’s epic right hand point breaks and river mouths are intensified by deep ocean trenches and tidal upwellings.

These waves are scattered along the coast and again access is an issue. Knowledge of tides and river levels is key to scoring these dynamic surf breaks. The experienced Marlborough New Zealand surfing guides will make sure that you are surfing the right place at the right time.

Raglan

  • 45
    Spots
  • 170°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 22°C
    Water Temp
  • 160km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing

The West Coast of the North Island, including the Taranaki coast south of Raglan boasts over 50 world class reef and point breaks. However, many of the waves around this area are located on private farmland, making it essential to have a surf guide to gain access and navigate through the maze of paddocks and back roads.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing breaks on the North Island are New Zealand surfing’s most famous surfing spots. Consisting of three left hand points, peeling mechanically over volcanic reefs and boulders for hundreds of metres. Raglan is consistently surfable in a variety of conditions. The three different points mean a range of options for all levels of surfing ability.

East Coast

  • 90
    Spots
  • 320°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 21°C
    Water Temp
  • 480km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

East Coast New Zealand Surfing

While not as famous as the long left hand point breaks of Raglan, East Coast New Zealand Surfing’s reputation for its consistence, copping the full brunt of southerly, easterly and northerly swells make it a top destination. Due to its remote location and relaxed atmosphere there is the opportunity to score pumping uncrowded waves with just your own crew.

Gisborne is home to high quality, powerful, hollow barrelling beach breaks, comparable to France and Mexico. Gisborne is a great launching point for exploring. It is the gateway to both the isolated East Cape and the fabled Mahia Peninsula. These areas are extremely remote and a wrong turn could result in a fruitless drive on long winding dirt roads and possibly meeting unwelcoming landowners. A local New Zealand surf guide is essential to access these world class reefs, river mouths and points.

Marlborough

  • 45
    Spots
  • 90°
    Swell Window
  • 10 - 18°C
    Water Temp
  • 950km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Marlborough New Zealand Surfing

Marlborough has numerous rocky peninsulas where the southern mountains meet the Pacific Ocean. In these waters, a complex marine ecosystem provides an ideal place for getting ‘up close with nature’. Marlborough’s epic right hand point breaks and river mouths are intensified by deep ocean trenches and tidal upwellings.

These waves are scattered along the coast and again access is an issue. Knowledge of tides and river levels is key to scoring these dynamic surf breaks. The experienced Marlborough New Zealand surfing guides will make sure that you are surfing the right place at the right time.

Raglan

  • 45
    Spots
  • 170°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 22°C
    Water Temp
  • 160km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing

The West Coast of the North Island, including the Taranaki coast south of Raglan boasts over 50 world class reef and point breaks. However, many of the waves around this area are located on private farmland, making it essential to have a surf guide to gain access and navigate through the maze of paddocks and back roads.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing breaks on the North Island are New Zealand surfing’s most famous surfing spots. Consisting of three left hand points, peeling mechanically over volcanic reefs and boulders for hundreds of metres. Raglan is consistently surfable in a variety of conditions. The three different points mean a range of options for all levels of surfing ability.

East Coast

  • 90
    Spots
  • 320°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 21°C
    Water Temp
  • 480km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

East Coast New Zealand Surfing

While not as famous as the long left hand point breaks of Raglan, East Coast New Zealand Surfing’s reputation for its consistence, copping the full brunt of southerly, easterly and northerly swells make it a top destination. Due to its remote location and relaxed atmosphere there is the opportunity to score pumping uncrowded waves with just your own crew.

Gisborne is home to high quality, powerful, hollow barrelling beach breaks, comparable to France and Mexico. Gisborne is a great launching point for exploring. It is the gateway to both the isolated East Cape and the fabled Mahia Peninsula. These areas are extremely remote and a wrong turn could result in a fruitless drive on long winding dirt roads and possibly meeting unwelcoming landowners. A local New Zealand surf guide is essential to access these world class reefs, river mouths and points.

Marlborough

  • 45
    Spots
  • 90°
    Swell Window
  • 10 - 18°C
    Water Temp
  • 950km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Marlborough New Zealand Surfing

Marlborough has numerous rocky peninsulas where the southern mountains meet the Pacific Ocean. In these waters, a complex marine ecosystem provides an ideal place for getting ‘up close with nature’. Marlborough’s epic right hand point breaks and river mouths are intensified by deep ocean trenches and tidal upwellings.

These waves are scattered along the coast and again access is an issue. Knowledge of tides and river levels is key to scoring these dynamic surf breaks. The experienced Marlborough New Zealand surfing guides will make sure that you are surfing the right place at the right time.

Raglan

  • 45
    Spots
  • 170°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 22°C
    Water Temp
  • 160km
    From Auckland
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Raglan New Zealand Surfing

The West Coast of the North Island, including the Taranaki coast south of Raglan boasts over 50 world class reef and point breaks. However, many of the waves around this area are located on private farmland, making it essential to have a surf guide to gain access and navigate through the maze of paddocks and back roads.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing breaks on the North Island are New Zealand surfing’s most famous surfing spots. Consisting of three left hand points, peeling mechanically over volcanic reefs and boulders for hundreds of metres. Raglan is consistently surfable in a variety of conditions. The three different points mean a range of options for all levels of surfing ability.

East Coast

  • 90
    Spots
  • 320°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 21°C
    Water Temp
  • 480km
    From Auckland
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East Coast New Zealand Surfing

While not as famous as the long left hand point breaks of Raglan, East Coast New Zealand Surfing’s reputation for its consistence, copping the full brunt of southerly, easterly and northerly swells make it a top destination. Due to its remote location and relaxed atmosphere there is the opportunity to score pumping uncrowded waves with just your own crew.

Gisborne is home to high quality, powerful, hollow barrelling beach breaks, comparable to France and Mexico. Gisborne is a great launching point for exploring. It is the gateway to both the isolated East Cape and the fabled Mahia Peninsula. These areas are extremely remote and a wrong turn could result in a fruitless drive on long winding dirt roads and possibly meeting unwelcoming landowners. A local New Zealand surf guide is essential to access these world class reefs, river mouths and points.

Marlborough

  • 45
    Spots
  • 90°
    Swell Window
  • 10 - 18°C
    Water Temp
  • 950km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Marlborough New Zealand Surfing

Marlborough has numerous rocky peninsulas where the southern mountains meet the Pacific Ocean. In these waters, a complex marine ecosystem provides an ideal place for getting ‘up close with nature’. Marlborough’s epic right hand point breaks and river mouths are intensified by deep ocean trenches and tidal upwellings.

These waves are scattered along the coast and again access is an issue. Knowledge of tides and river levels is key to scoring these dynamic surf breaks. The experienced Marlborough New Zealand surfing guides will make sure that you are surfing the right place at the right time.

Raglan

  • 45
    Spots
  • 170°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 22°C
    Water Temp
  • 160km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing

The West Coast of the North Island, including the Taranaki coast south of Raglan boasts over 50 world class reef and point breaks. However, many of the waves around this area are located on private farmland, making it essential to have a surf guide to gain access and navigate through the maze of paddocks and back roads.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing breaks on the North Island are New Zealand surfing’s most famous surfing spots. Consisting of three left hand points, peeling mechanically over volcanic reefs and boulders for hundreds of metres. Raglan is consistently surfable in a variety of conditions. The three different points mean a range of options for all levels of surfing ability.

East Coast

  • 90
    Spots
  • 320°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 21°C
    Water Temp
  • 480km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

East Coast New Zealand Surfing

While not as famous as the long left hand point breaks of Raglan, East Coast New Zealand Surfing’s reputation for its consistence, copping the full brunt of southerly, easterly and northerly swells make it a top destination. Due to its remote location and relaxed atmosphere there is the opportunity to score pumping uncrowded waves with just your own crew.

Gisborne is home to high quality, powerful, hollow barrelling beach breaks, comparable to France and Mexico. Gisborne is a great launching point for exploring. It is the gateway to both the isolated East Cape and the fabled Mahia Peninsula. These areas are extremely remote and a wrong turn could result in a fruitless drive on long winding dirt roads and possibly meeting unwelcoming landowners. A local New Zealand surf guide is essential to access these world class reefs, river mouths and points.

Marlborough

  • 45
    Spots
  • 90°
    Swell Window
  • 10 - 18°C
    Water Temp
  • 950km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Marlborough New Zealand Surfing

Marlborough has numerous rocky peninsulas where the southern mountains meet the Pacific Ocean. In these waters, a complex marine ecosystem provides an ideal place for getting ‘up close with nature’. Marlborough’s epic right hand point breaks and river mouths are intensified by deep ocean trenches and tidal upwellings.

These waves are scattered along the coast and again access is an issue. Knowledge of tides and river levels is key to scoring these dynamic surf breaks. The experienced Marlborough New Zealand surfing guides will make sure that you are surfing the right place at the right time.

Raglan

  • 45
    Spots
  • 170°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 22°C
    Water Temp
  • 160km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing

The West Coast of the North Island, including the Taranaki coast south of Raglan boasts over 50 world class reef and point breaks. However, many of the waves around this area are located on private farmland, making it essential to have a surf guide to gain access and navigate through the maze of paddocks and back roads.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing breaks on the North Island are New Zealand surfing’s most famous surfing spots. Consisting of three left hand points, peeling mechanically over volcanic reefs and boulders for hundreds of metres. Raglan is consistently surfable in a variety of conditions. The three different points mean a range of options for all levels of surfing ability.

East Coast

  • 90
    Spots
  • 320°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 21°C
    Water Temp
  • 480km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

East Coast New Zealand Surfing

While not as famous as the long left hand point breaks of Raglan, East Coast New Zealand Surfing’s reputation for its consistence, copping the full brunt of southerly, easterly and northerly swells make it a top destination. Due to its remote location and relaxed atmosphere there is the opportunity to score pumping uncrowded waves with just your own crew.

Gisborne is home to high quality, powerful, hollow barrelling beach breaks, comparable to France and Mexico. Gisborne is a great launching point for exploring. It is the gateway to both the isolated East Cape and the fabled Mahia Peninsula. These areas are extremely remote and a wrong turn could result in a fruitless drive on long winding dirt roads and possibly meeting unwelcoming landowners. A local New Zealand surf guide is essential to access these world class reefs, river mouths and points.

Marlborough

  • 45
    Spots
  • 90°
    Swell Window
  • 10 - 18°C
    Water Temp
  • 950km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Marlborough New Zealand Surfing

Marlborough has numerous rocky peninsulas where the southern mountains meet the Pacific Ocean. In these waters, a complex marine ecosystem provides an ideal place for getting ‘up close with nature’. Marlborough’s epic right hand point breaks and river mouths are intensified by deep ocean trenches and tidal upwellings.

These waves are scattered along the coast and again access is an issue. Knowledge of tides and river levels is key to scoring these dynamic surf breaks. The experienced Marlborough New Zealand surfing guides will make sure that you are surfing the right place at the right time.

Raglan

  • 45
    Spots
  • 170°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 22°C
    Water Temp
  • 160km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing

The West Coast of the North Island, including the Taranaki coast south of Raglan boasts over 50 world class reef and point breaks. However, many of the waves around this area are located on private farmland, making it essential to have a surf guide to gain access and navigate through the maze of paddocks and back roads.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing breaks on the North Island are New Zealand surfing’s most famous surfing spots. Consisting of three left hand points, peeling mechanically over volcanic reefs and boulders for hundreds of metres. Raglan is consistently surfable in a variety of conditions. The three different points mean a range of options for all levels of surfing ability.

East Coast

  • 90
    Spots
  • 320°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 21°C
    Water Temp
  • 480km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

East Coast New Zealand Surfing

While not as famous as the long left hand point breaks of Raglan, East Coast New Zealand Surfing’s reputation for its consistence, copping the full brunt of southerly, easterly and northerly swells make it a top destination. Due to its remote location and relaxed atmosphere there is the opportunity to score pumping uncrowded waves with just your own crew.

Gisborne is home to high quality, powerful, hollow barrelling beach breaks, comparable to France and Mexico. Gisborne is a great launching point for exploring. It is the gateway to both the isolated East Cape and the fabled Mahia Peninsula. These areas are extremely remote and a wrong turn could result in a fruitless drive on long winding dirt roads and possibly meeting unwelcoming landowners. A local New Zealand surf guide is essential to access these world class reefs, river mouths and points.

Marlborough

  • 45
    Spots
  • 90°
    Swell Window
  • 10 - 18°C
    Water Temp
  • 950km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Marlborough New Zealand Surfing

Marlborough has numerous rocky peninsulas where the southern mountains meet the Pacific Ocean. In these waters, a complex marine ecosystem provides an ideal place for getting ‘up close with nature’. Marlborough’s epic right hand point breaks and river mouths are intensified by deep ocean trenches and tidal upwellings.

These waves are scattered along the coast and again access is an issue. Knowledge of tides and river levels is key to scoring these dynamic surf breaks. The experienced Marlborough New Zealand surfing guides will make sure that you are surfing the right place at the right time.

Raglan

  • 45
    Spots
  • 170°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 22°C
    Water Temp
  • 160km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing

The West Coast of the North Island, including the Taranaki coast south of Raglan boasts over 50 world class reef and point breaks. However, many of the waves around this area are located on private farmland, making it essential to have a surf guide to gain access and navigate through the maze of paddocks and back roads.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing breaks on the North Island are New Zealand surfing’s most famous surfing spots. Consisting of three left hand points, peeling mechanically over volcanic reefs and boulders for hundreds of metres. Raglan is consistently surfable in a variety of conditions. The three different points mean a range of options for all levels of surfing ability.

East Coast

  • 90
    Spots
  • 320°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 21°C
    Water Temp
  • 480km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

East Coast New Zealand Surfing

While not as famous as the long left hand point breaks of Raglan, East Coast New Zealand Surfing’s reputation for its consistence, copping the full brunt of southerly, easterly and northerly swells make it a top destination. Due to its remote location and relaxed atmosphere there is the opportunity to score pumping uncrowded waves with just your own crew.

Gisborne is home to high quality, powerful, hollow barrelling beach breaks, comparable to France and Mexico. Gisborne is a great launching point for exploring. It is the gateway to both the isolated East Cape and the fabled Mahia Peninsula. These areas are extremely remote and a wrong turn could result in a fruitless drive on long winding dirt roads and possibly meeting unwelcoming landowners. A local New Zealand surf guide is essential to access these world class reefs, river mouths and points.

Marlborough

  • 45
    Spots
  • 90°
    Swell Window
  • 10 - 18°C
    Water Temp
  • 950km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Marlborough New Zealand Surfing

Marlborough has numerous rocky peninsulas where the southern mountains meet the Pacific Ocean. In these waters, a complex marine ecosystem provides an ideal place for getting ‘up close with nature’. Marlborough’s epic right hand point breaks and river mouths are intensified by deep ocean trenches and tidal upwellings.

These waves are scattered along the coast and again access is an issue. Knowledge of tides and river levels is key to scoring these dynamic surf breaks. The experienced Marlborough New Zealand surfing guides will make sure that you are surfing the right place at the right time.

Raglan

  • 45
    Spots
  • 170°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 22°C
    Water Temp
  • 160km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing

The West Coast of the North Island, including the Taranaki coast south of Raglan boasts over 50 world class reef and point breaks. However, many of the waves around this area are located on private farmland, making it essential to have a surf guide to gain access and navigate through the maze of paddocks and back roads.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing breaks on the North Island are New Zealand surfing’s most famous surfing spots. Consisting of three left hand points, peeling mechanically over volcanic reefs and boulders for hundreds of metres. Raglan is consistently surfable in a variety of conditions. The three different points mean a range of options for all levels of surfing ability.

East Coast

  • 90
    Spots
  • 320°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 21°C
    Water Temp
  • 480km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

East Coast New Zealand Surfing

While not as famous as the long left hand point breaks of Raglan, East Coast New Zealand Surfing’s reputation for its consistence, copping the full brunt of southerly, easterly and northerly swells make it a top destination. Due to its remote location and relaxed atmosphere there is the opportunity to score pumping uncrowded waves with just your own crew.

Gisborne is home to high quality, powerful, hollow barrelling beach breaks, comparable to France and Mexico. Gisborne is a great launching point for exploring. It is the gateway to both the isolated East Cape and the fabled Mahia Peninsula. These areas are extremely remote and a wrong turn could result in a fruitless drive on long winding dirt roads and possibly meeting unwelcoming landowners. A local New Zealand surf guide is essential to access these world class reefs, river mouths and points.

Marlborough

  • 45
    Spots
  • 90°
    Swell Window
  • 10 - 18°C
    Water Temp
  • 950km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Marlborough New Zealand Surfing

Marlborough has numerous rocky peninsulas where the southern mountains meet the Pacific Ocean. In these waters, a complex marine ecosystem provides an ideal place for getting ‘up close with nature’. Marlborough’s epic right hand point breaks and river mouths are intensified by deep ocean trenches and tidal upwellings.

These waves are scattered along the coast and again access is an issue. Knowledge of tides and river levels is key to scoring these dynamic surf breaks. The experienced Marlborough New Zealand surfing guides will make sure that you are surfing the right place at the right time.

Raglan

  • 45
    Spots
  • 170°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 22°C
    Water Temp
  • 160km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing

The West Coast of the North Island, including the Taranaki coast south of Raglan boasts over 50 world class reef and point breaks. However, many of the waves around this area are located on private farmland, making it essential to have a surf guide to gain access and navigate through the maze of paddocks and back roads.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing breaks on the North Island are New Zealand surfing’s most famous surfing spots. Consisting of three left hand points, peeling mechanically over volcanic reefs and boulders for hundreds of metres. Raglan is consistently surfable in a variety of conditions. The three different points mean a range of options for all levels of surfing ability.

East Coast

  • 90
    Spots
  • 320°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 21°C
    Water Temp
  • 480km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

East Coast New Zealand Surfing

While not as famous as the long left hand point breaks of Raglan, East Coast New Zealand Surfing’s reputation for its consistence, copping the full brunt of southerly, easterly and northerly swells make it a top destination. Due to its remote location and relaxed atmosphere there is the opportunity to score pumping uncrowded waves with just your own crew.

Gisborne is home to high quality, powerful, hollow barrelling beach breaks, comparable to France and Mexico. Gisborne is a great launching point for exploring. It is the gateway to both the isolated East Cape and the fabled Mahia Peninsula. These areas are extremely remote and a wrong turn could result in a fruitless drive on long winding dirt roads and possibly meeting unwelcoming landowners. A local New Zealand surf guide is essential to access these world class reefs, river mouths and points.

Marlborough

  • 45
    Spots
  • 90°
    Swell Window
  • 10 - 18°C
    Water Temp
  • 950km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Marlborough New Zealand Surfing

Marlborough has numerous rocky peninsulas where the southern mountains meet the Pacific Ocean. In these waters, a complex marine ecosystem provides an ideal place for getting ‘up close with nature’. Marlborough’s epic right hand point breaks and river mouths are intensified by deep ocean trenches and tidal upwellings.

These waves are scattered along the coast and again access is an issue. Knowledge of tides and river levels is key to scoring these dynamic surf breaks. The experienced Marlborough New Zealand surfing guides will make sure that you are surfing the right place at the right time.

Raglan

  • 45
    Spots
  • 170°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 22°C
    Water Temp
  • 160km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing

The West Coast of the North Island, including the Taranaki coast south of Raglan boasts over 50 world class reef and point breaks. However, many of the waves around this area are located on private farmland, making it essential to have a surf guide to gain access and navigate through the maze of paddocks and back roads.

Raglan New Zealand Surfing breaks on the North Island are New Zealand surfing’s most famous surfing spots. Consisting of three left hand points, peeling mechanically over volcanic reefs and boulders for hundreds of metres. Raglan is consistently surfable in a variety of conditions. The three different points mean a range of options for all levels of surfing ability.

East Coast

  • 90
    Spots
  • 320°
    Swell Window
  • 14 - 21°C
    Water Temp
  • 480km
    From Auckland
Book Now

Book today to secure your spot with New Zealand's leading surf tourism company.

East Coast New Zealand Surfing

While not as famous as the long left hand point breaks of Raglan, East Coast New Zealand Surfing’s reputation for its consistence, copping the full brunt of southerly, easterly and northerly swells make it a top destination. Due to its remote location and relaxed atmosphere there is the opportunity to score pumping uncrowded waves with just your own crew.

Gisborne is home to high quality, powerful, hollow barrelling beach breaks, comparable to France and Mexico. Gisborne is a great launching point for exploring. It is the gateway to both the isolated East Cape and the fabled Mahia Peninsula. These areas are extremely remote and a wrong turn could result in a fruitless drive on long winding dirt roads and possibly meeting unwelcoming landowners. A local New Zealand surf guide is essential to access these world class reefs, river mouths and points.